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Highly recommended Tolkien resources
Steuard's Tolkien Pages
A quality Tolkien site for serious researchers and enthusiasts in general.  Features the renowned Tolkien Meta-FAQ: "a unified index to several major lists of Frequently Asked Questions" about Tolkien's works.  Other features include Steuard's well-regarded discussion of the canonicity of Tolkien books (with an interactive Customizable Reading Order selection engine), and other intriguing and valuable essays on Tolkien, such as his exhaustive essay on Tom Bombadil.  In addition, this site houses a fine collection of carefully selected links to other Tolkien FAQs, essays, and information.
FAQ of the Rings
Stan Brown's meticulously catalogued Frequently Asked Questions about The Rings of Power.  Every question you might ever have about the Rings of Power will be answered here.  A site that should not be overlooked.
wayne & christina
The website of Wayne G. Hammond and Christina Scull, Tolkien scholars and collectors, co-authors of J.R.R. Tolkien Artist and Illustrator, editors of The Tolkien Collector periodical, co-authors of the upcoming two-volume Tolkien Companion and Guide, and of the new The Lord of the Rings: A Reader's Companion, a volume of annotations for The Lord of the Rings.   Wayne G. Hammond is also the author of J.R.R. Tolkien A Descriptive Bibliography.
What's in the History of Middle-earth?  by Ninni M. Pettersson
A detailed list of the contents of the 12 HoMe-volumes and Unfinished Tales.  This is an extremely well-arranged reference for finding anything in Christopher Tolkien's The History of Middle-Earth.  This list is presented in three useful permutations: 1) arranged by volume; 2) arranged by chronology; and 3) arranged by content.
The Tolkien Sarcasm Page
A nearly canonical collection of Tolkien-related humor.  When you're tired of worrying about who really killed the Lord of the Nazgul or how you pronounce Gil-Galad, this is where you'll find plenty of comic relief.  The Tolkien Art Gallery, for example, is not to be missed.  Painstakingly hyperlinked by O. Sharp.
The Illustrated Biography of J.R.R. Tolkien
A pictorial walk through Tolkien's life.  Loaded with wonderful photographs of Tolkien's homeland, some from Tolkien's day, some modern.  Visit Sarehole Mill and other inspirations for the Shire and other parts of Middle-Earth.
Encyclopedia of Arda
High-production interactive encyclopedia of all things Middle-earth.  Every facet of Middle-earth has been catalogued, indexed, and summarized.
The Barrow-Downs
Attractive Tolkien resource featuring an interactive encyclopedia, FAQs, pictures, and a comprehensive links page.
Linguistic sites
Vinyar Tengwar
. . . a refereed journal of the Elvish Linguistic Fellowship, devoted to the scholarly study of the invented languages of J.R.R. Tolkien.
Mellonath Daeron
The language guild of the Forodrim, the Stockholm Tolkien Society.  A serious site for the study of Quenya and Sindarin.  Also has links to other Tolkien language sites.
Ardalambion
Extremely in-depth and comprehensive site analyzing all of Tolkien's invented languages.
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